Knick-knack paddy whack give a dog a ... wedding?


http://hubpages.com/hub/Dog--Weddings
The best man must be at the wedding, but what about man’s best friend? We all love our furry friends, minus the allergies, and some of us love them so much we want them a part of our special day. We dress them up in tuxes, bows, and even veils...although this at times may confuse the crowd on who the bride is, but no matter how ridiculous they may look it always makes for a great picture and a good bark.
One of our lovely couples, Rita and Matt, with their cute dog
and his doggie boutonniere
by Stoneblossom Florals
Photo by Kristin Spencer



Not sure if you want your dog in the wedding, do what Kristin and Kevin did...

Everyone is going to have to use the restroom, why not let them be greeted by your "children."
And we thought American Girl Dolls were cute.
http://todaysbride.wordpress.com/2009/07/31/who-let-the-dogs-out
Man's best friend is also a bridesmaid.
http://hubpages.com/hub/Dog


Everyone has that weird creepy uncle.

http://www.hobnobweddings.co.uk













This looks like something out of awkwardfamilyphotos.com
(if you don't know what that is you need to check it out.)

http://discombobyoulated.blogspot.com



I don't think they discussed what type of kiss they were going to do when it came to the "I do's."
http://weddingfordogs.com

Isn't there a saying that goes when you get married you start to look like each other,
I think it is supposed to be at least after 20 years of marriage, not on the day of.

http://off-leash.ca/blog


Ugh you have terrible dog breath.
http://manolobrides.com


I did not sign up for this!
http://www.holytaco.com/animal-weddings-collection


I sense some jealousy.


http://dogs.thefuntimesguide.com


I think she's had enough
http://bloggerofthebride.blogspot.com


A toast to love.
http://www.twocrazypugs.com






"Wedding", "dog"Donna Kim